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Is legal the missing link in your ops team?


All fast-growth companies should have a joined-up ops team which includes a proper legal strategy and budget, with processes in place to scale faster and more efficiently.

It’s about ensuring you’re using the right legal resource which supports your overall objectives, taking you closer towards your goals.

Want to achieve this for your business? We’re confident we’ll not only improve your processes but we’ll cut your legal spend too!

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Protecting your brand: 5 Biggest Mistakes when filing your Trade Mark


Registering a trade mark shouldn’t be daunting or expensive. And if you get it right at the start it will protect your brand reputation and identity as you grow. But ...

Protecting your brand: getting ROI from your Trade Mark


A registered trade mark safeguards your brand and products/ services. But did you know that you can use a registered trade mark proactively in a number of ways? · You can use ...

What is Technology Due Diligence and when is it right for us?


Intechnica, technology specialists that deliver pragmatic, commercially-focused technology services to SMEs, explain the value of technology due diligence and when it is right for SMES to consider. Technical due ...

GDPR v CCPA: Privacy Legislation Cousins


Both the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) give individuals greater control over their personal data. They require companies to be more transparent ...

Protecting your brand: 10 things you should know about trade marks…


You’ve worked hard to build up your business and grow your brand but have you protected it? By registering a trade mark (e.g. your name, logo and/or slogan) your ...

Covid-19: Getting staff back to work


**Update: the Government has created a new tool to help businesses in England return to work safely. The tool encourages businesses to carry out a risk assessment and helps ...

Coronavirus – sharing useful information for employers


There’s lots of conflicting and out of date information out there at the moment regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. ACAS (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service – an independent public ...

COVID-19: Financial Support for Businesses


The Chancellor has set out a package of temporary, timely and targeted measures to support public services, people and businesses through this period of disruption caused by COVID-19. Please ...

Data Protection & Coronavirus


The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) published a statement on 15th April 2020 on their approach to enforcement and regulation of data protection matters during the Covid-19 pandemic (see link ...

Will we need an EU Representative after Brexit?


After the transition period (*currently* 31st December 2020), UK companies that don’t have an EU presence but are doing business in the EU will need to appoint a representative. ...

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